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In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Ingrid Crepeau demonstrates how to create inexpensive puppets for the classroom.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Ingrid Crepeau demonstrates how to utilize stick/rod puppets in the classroom.
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Ingrid Crepeau explains her criteria for choosing a children's book for a puppetry-based experience.
Adults discussing books
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Michele Valeri demonstrates how to use an empty detergent bottle to make a "video camera" for her "Making a Movie" experience.
Child laughing
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Michele Valeri demonstrates how to use sound effects to enhance drama experiences and comprehension of stories.
Teacher gives children turns beating a frame drum
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Mary Gresock demonstrates music and movement-based strategies for expanding children's vocabulary.
Children making floor shapes in classroom
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Mary Gresock demonstrates how to apply the scientific method through the exploration of sounds with children.
Sylvia Zwi with parent and child in BAP
In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Mary Gresock explains the difference between head and chest voice and the importance of using head voice with children and demonstrates techn

In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artist Jeanne Wall demonstrates the use of senses along with drama, movement, puppetry, and music to discover and explore new environments to enhance a child's understanding of the natural world.

In this experience, Wolf Trap Teaching Artists Valerie Bayne Carroll and Michele Valeri demonstrate how to travel into a story and experience it on a new level using pictures, sound effects, and music. 

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